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NORFOLK, Va. – Former South Carolina State quarterback Nathaniel “Nate” Rivers is among five former student-athletes and coaches scheduled for induction into Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Hall of Fame Friday (Mar. 14) during a 9 a.m. brunch at the Sheraton Waterside Hotel.
COLUMBIA - Former Clemson great Brian Dawkins, who played in the NFL for 16 seasons, and former University of South Carolina star Zam Fredrick, who led the NCAA in scoring in the 1980-81 season, head a list of eight athletes who will be inducted into the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame on May 12.
The heirs of the late KISS drummer Eric Carr — who replaced founding band member Peter Criss — have slapped the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-bound band with a...
Dr. Regina Cavanaugh Murphy, who dominated the shot put in the mid 1980’s and earned nine All American honors in her career at Rice, is one of nine standouts who make up the 2014 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame induction class. The class was announced on Friday by the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, which sponsors the SWC Hall of Fame.
Others selected include USC's Zam Fredrick & Randy Martz, Newberry hoops star Carl Short, SC 'Mr. Golf' Happ Lathrop
Future NFL Hall of Famer Brian Dawkins of Clemson and USC's Zam Fredrick, who led college basketball in scoring highlight the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame's Class of 2014. The Class of 2014 also
Georgia Tech great Joe Hamilton has been named to the 2014 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, released Thursday.
DALLAS (SMU) - SMU and SMU Athletics, in conjunction with the SMU Lettermen's Association, has announced the newest class of the SMU Athletics Hall of Fame. The 2014 inductees - Harvey Armstrong, Keith Connor, Florence Ezeh, Christine Loock, Ted McLaughlin, and the late Logan Stollenwerck - will be honored at a dinner and induction ceremony on Friday, May 2, at the Hilton Anatole.
COLUMBIA - Being the top scorer in NCAA during the 1980-81 season. The second-most points in a season in the University of South Carolina’s basketball program history. Eight South Carolina High School League boys’ basketball championships.
Dr. Regina Cavanaugh, who dominated the shot put in the mid 1980's and earned nine All American honors in her career at Rice, is one of nine standouts who make up the 2014 Southwest Conference Hall of Fame induction class.
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